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Unhook carrying sling at front eyebolt. Remove back plate with butt stock. Remove grip assembly. Retract bolt assembly by means of the cocking lever and remove the bolt to the rear. Push cocking lever forward. Stripping the HK 91 Bolt Assembly HK 91 Stripping Bolt Assembly To strip the bolt assembly grasp the bolt head carrier with one hand, rotate the bolt head with the other hand and pull it from the locking piece.

Rotate locking piece slightly. This will free the firing pin and firing spring which can then be removed together from the bolt head carrier. The HK 91 bolt is re-assembled in reverse sequence. Push bolt head onto the locking piece in such a manner that the tapered surface of the bolt head stops in front of the nose of the check lever.

Push bolt head against the pressure of the check lever spring as far as it will go. Pull the bolt head forward approx. Rotate the bolt head until its base is even with the base of the bolt head carrier. Re-assembling of the HK 91 Rifle The rifle is re-assembled in reverse sequence. The locking rollers must be withdrawn in the bolt head. Check the proper assembly of the rifle by pulling back and releasing the cocking lever several times.

Cleaning the HK 91 Rifle For cleaning , the weapon must be disassembled as stated. The barrel must be cleaned after each firing. Each shooter will duly clean his weapon if it has not been used for a longer period. For cleaning and preservation any sort of gun oil in normal commercial usage can be used.

Prior to every shooting the barrel has to be freed from oil by a clean pull-through. HK 91 Sights The HK 91 Sights consist of the stationary front sight in the front sight holder and the rotary rear sight which is adjustable for windage and elevation.

The sight cylinder with Y-notch and diopter holes is graduated from 1 — 4. Adjusting the HK 91 Rotary Rear Sight If a re-setting is necessary, it is done only by adjustment of the rear sight in elevation or windage. HK 91 Rotary Rear Sight Elevation Adjustment HK 91 Rotary Rear Sight Elevation Adjustment Insert elevation adjustment tool in the rear sight cylinder so that the wedges of the elevation adjustment tool gear into both grooves of the rear sight cylinder.

Insert cross slit screw driver into the elevation adjustment tool and depress. Turn rear sight cylinder manually in the desired direction at clockwise rotation the point of impact is lowered, at counter-clockwise rotation it raises 3.

After correction remove cross slit screw driver and elevation adjustment tool. Again the catch bolts engage in the two grooves. Turn adjusting screw counter-clockwise as required. Re-tighten clamping screw. Point of impact to the right: loosen clamping screw. Note: Each revolution of the adjusting screw moves the mean point of impact at a distance of m HK 91 Specifications length of rifle — Length of barrel — Sight radius — Weight of rifle without magazine — 9. Weight of magazine filled with 20 cartridges — 1.

Telescopic sight — Hensoldt 4 x 24 Telescopic sight mount — HK spec.





HK 91 Self Loading Rifle Manual




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